An ‘app-in-store’ model is a dramatic shift from the bulky but comfortable advantages of a big corporate website, where large, constant refreshing or redeployment of the site’s entire content happens up to 30 times everyday. Dion Almaer, Ben Galbraith expound on how Android technology is influencing big retail, including Wal-mart.
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In this weeks episode Kevin and Jonas Talk about HTML5 vs Flash, iOS and Flash, UX and Job Titles, Google Instant, Business Cards and IE6 + IE9 countdowns begin. http://zero1productions.com/webweekly/2010/09/12/job-titles-suxk/
Contains opinions about various tech issues. Contains foul language. Contains unfocused waffle. Contains nuts.
- Hacking Android - The Open Web - Jimmy Wales on Wikipedia - *Sexy Librarians* - Email is dead? Says Jack Dorsey… - Print Journalism just give up? - Justin Bieber and Bieber.ly - Google does WebM and the HTML5 world explodes (codecs are dead) - The Personality of the site vs the actual site - Geeks talk sexy part 2, although we’re not on part 4! - Informational systems for travelers
Featuring Nic Ferrier, Abizer Nasir, Ian Forrester, Tom Morris, David Eastman and Cristiano Betta.